In 2019 Seabourn is exploring Europe with a menu of travel options for passengers to discover natural beauty, art, architecture, culture, history, and more. The line’s 2019 season has 4 Seabourn ships offering over 66 individual departures out of 14 embarkation points.
There are more than 200 European destinations on itineraries of 7-45 days. Guests can enjoy fascinating destinations, from marquee cruise ports to lesser-known spots, while the cruise line, via partnership with UNESCO World Heritage, provides opportunities to enrich the journeys with exclusive shore experiences. The 2019 season in Europe also boasts more than a dozen new ports.
Highlights of Seabourn's 2019 season in Europe include:
- Seabourn Encore spends the summer in the most popular regions of Western Mediterranean, highlighting Malta, Sicily, Iberian Peninsula, Italian & French Rivieras, via a series of 7-, 10- and 11-day voyages between Rome, Barcelona, Monte Carlo prior to finishing the season and repositioning to Athens.
- Seabourn Odyssey visits popular ports in the Mediterranean, including the Adriatic and Aegean coasts. The 7- and 14-day cruises explore the Greek Isles and the beauties of Slovenia, Montenegro and Croatia. In addition, the cruiser offers the opportunity to discover Rome (from Civitavecchia) and the Rivieras, Morocco and Spain. Most of the itineraries are combinable.
- Seabourn Ovation returns to the north with a series of Seabourn’s signature summer staple of 7-day itineraries in the Baltic between Stockholm and Copenhagen, including 3 full days in Saint Petersburg. The schedule also includes a number of “hidden gems,” such as 2-week cruises combing majestic Norway & North Cape with British Isles, and a 2-week southward trip from Dublin to Lisbon, including Paris.
- Seabourn Quest offers a series of longer, 15-day itineraries exploring the scenery of the British Isles, Norway and Iceland, including North Cape. The voyages feature a stellar expedition team onboard and plenty of optional Ventures by Seabourn Zodiac, kayaking and hiking excursions. The European season of the ship culminates with a pair of 3-week itineraries highlighting the best of other North Atlantic isles, Iceland and Greenland, sailing 21 days out of Dover to Reykjavik and afterwards 24 days out of Reykjavik to Montreal.